Darrelle Revis' lawyer thinks TMZ video should exonerate him

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This whole Darrelle Revis altercation story is really weird, and it just got a little weirder.

The Jets' cornerback allegedly knocked two men unconscious in an incident in Pittsburgh nearly two weeks ago, but there is no hard evidence against him.

To help Revis in his case, a video that was sent to TMZ features a man who can't be seen, but doesn't sound like Revis, yelling about how he knocked the two guys out.

Because of this, lawyers Robert G. Del Greco Jr. and Mark Fiorilli, who are representing Revis, believe their client should be exonerated of any wrongdoing.

CBS Sports:
“Darrelle Revis absolutely, categorically and positively did not knock out anyone, did not conspire with anyone to commit an assault, did not say ‘shut up before I knock your ass out next,’ and surely did not ‘rob’ another of a cell phone. The voice and admissions made on the video are NOT that of Darrelle Revis. We have no doubt but that further investigation relative to the clothing and voice verification will corroborate the above assertions.”

Revis was charged with three felonies and one misdemeanor and turned himself into Pittsburgh police a few days ago. His preliminary hearing date is set for March 15.

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